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Cycle Canada's Cabot Trail

Cabot Trail Bicycle Tour

Cycle Canada's Cabot Trial is supported bicycle tour from Moncton, New Brunswick to Baddeck, Nova Scotia.

Starting to rideCycle Canada's Cabot Trail

Cyclists arrive at our convenient starting place of Moncton, New Brunswick where there will be a Orientation session the evening before the first day's ride. Your accommodation is covered that night as well as the night of the final riding day in Baddeck.


Departing Moncton we ride via Shediac and the big Lobster to the Confederation Bridge. A shuttle services this crossing for cyclists and after a 2 day warmup ride we arrive at Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, the birthplace of Canadian Confederation. On the ride to Charlottetown there is a side trip to the birthplace of Lucy Maud Montgomery, whose Anne of Green Gables has become an enduring symbol of the Canadian spirit. We have a rest day in Charlottetown and time to visit the place where the Fathers of Confederation gathered to create the Dominion of Canada on July 1, 1867. You could also stop by Cows, perhaps Canada's best known ice cream shop.

On to Cape BretonCabot Trail Elevation

We leave P.E.I. by ferry to Nova Scotia and then cross the causeway to Cape Breton, famous for its Celtic music, its hospitality and its scenery. We're now on the world famous Cabot Trail. You will see the scenery at its most spectacular from lookoffs along the Trail. We do a clockwise loop to reach Baddeck, where Alexander Graham Bell's summer home is now a museum and where Canada's first airplane, the Silver Dart, had its maiden flight a century ago. We'll have a celebration dinner in Baddeck as new and old friends head their separate ways.

To Register visit: Register for Cycle Canada's Cabot Trail

Tour Summary

  • Moncton, N. B. (via Charlottetown, P.E.I.,) to Baddeck, Nova Scotia
  • Dates: 2016
  • Fee: TBA
  • Single Supplement: TBA
  • Deposit: $400.00
  • Total days — 9
  • Riding days — 7
  • Rest days — 1
  • Total distance by bike 775 km (480 mi.)
  • Daily average 110 km ( 68 mi.)
  • Longest day — 163 km (100 mi.)


  • 4 nights camping in serviced campgrounds and 4 nights indoor at university residences and historic inn.
  • Ferry trip from PEI to Nova Scotia.

Meals Included (prepared by our staff or at restaurants):

  • 7 hot breakfasts
  • 7 dinners
  • Meals prepared by our staff
  • Snacks on riding days.
  • Farewell lobster (or alternative) dinner in Baddeck

Fees are per person in Canadian funds

Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) is in addition to above fees.

We recommend you obtain travel, medical and personal insurance.

Please read our policy statement for Cycle Canada events: Policies

You'll find information on other great cycling tours in Canada here: Cycle Canada Events.

To Register visit: Register for Cycle Canada's Cabot Trail

Proudly Canadian

Cabot Trail

Cycle Canada, The Veloforce Corporation is a Canadian company that organizes cycling activities. It is owned by Bud & Margot Jorgensen. Bud is a long-time recreational cyclist and founder of Tour du Canada. Our operations are located in Alliston, Ontario, just north of Toronto.

We have been organizing affordable supported cycling expeditions and vacations throughout Canada since 1987.

Cycling in Canada

We believe that Canada is the best place in the world to go for a bike ride.

Our primary focus is to offer an enjoyable cycling experience. We encourage participants in our events to ride at their own pace and to join us with the goal of completing their tour by bicycle. We believe they will enjoy a cycling trip more in groups where they get to know other riders and share the pleasure of travelling as cycle tourists.

Read more about the management of Cycle Canada here: About Us.

Our Pledge to You

Participants in our events have a right to expect that Cycle Canada, as organizers, and its staff will make all reasonable efforts to ensure that riders complete their ride and are enriched by the cycling experience. We hope that each rider will find companionship in, and be tolerant of other members of the group and help to make the trip a memorable and positive experience for all riders.

It's in Canada and a great day to go for a bike ride!